Club Q shooter faces more than a century in prison for hate crime charges

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01/17/2024

The mass shooter who killed five at a Colorado LGBT nightclub in 2022 now faces dozens of federal hate crime charges, court documents show. Anderson Aldrich is expected to plead guilty and may be sentenced to more than a century in prison for the Club Q shooting. Aldrich already pled guilty to state charges and is currently serving five life sentences. The 23-year-old was transferred to Wyoming’s State Penitentiary last year. Federal prosecutors in Colorado have filed 74 hate crime and weapons charges against Aldrich, about 50 of which are related to alleged hate crimes, according to the BBC’s media partner CBS News.

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